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  1. sbergen
    07-30-2019 08:18 AM - permalink
    Hi Inkykitten,

    To remove layers you can use Un-do. It is a solvent that you drip onto your pieces with a flipper that eases the paper apart. The solvent dries invisible so there is no evidence that anything went wrong. Also, sometimes you can get away with using dental floss to saw back and forth under the pieces. Of the two methods Un-do is the safest. I have used it many times with different adhesives. Sometimes when the solvent has dried away, I can stick the piece down again - the glue wasn't harmed!

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